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Monday, Nov. 14

(Source: Lancaster Bureau of Police)

 • Lancaster County notches record turnout for a midterm: Ballots were cast by 222,684 county voters, the largest number ever. The turnout percentage, 63%, was the highest since 1994. (Source: LNP)

 • Mastriano concedes: In a Facebook Live announcement and an open letter, Mastriano acknowledged Josh Shapiro won Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial election. (Source: WGAL)

 • Republicans hold Pa. Senate, House remains undecided: Republicans will have a 28-22 majority in Pennsylvania’s upper chamber. Two races yet to be called will determine control of the House. (Source: Capital-Star)

 • Home heating prices poised to rise: Natural gas prices are expected to increase the most, due to the Russia-Ukraine war. (Source: CBS 21)

 • Lancaster police department aims to recruit more women: It wants 30% of its incoming officers to be women by 2030. (Source: LNP)

 • Nation/world: Biden, Xi pledge cooperation. (Source: UPI) 3 dead in U. Va. shooting. (Source: NPR) Congress returns for lame-duck session. (Source: NPR) Zelensky calls liberation of Kherson beginning of the war’s end. (Source: The Hill) Bankman-Fried’s downfall sends shockwaves through crypto. (Source: AP) At Dallas air show, 6 die in midair collision of WWII planes. (Source: USA Today)